I have received a few comments that the line "Want to join in?" is confusing in its current state and that it sounds like a CTA that should be clickable (to redirect to listings). I see how people could be tempted to click this but also personally don't get this urge given that it's a question. I guess I could be convinced either way but wanted to get people's opinion.
I am also on the fence on this one. I think the want to join in is a "lead-in" to the 3 CTA's below. Having that text linked IMHO makes those 3 cta's much less likely to be clicked.
I might be tempted to click. I also asked a few people around me to use the page while I observed (without saying what I was looking for) and they went to click on it as well. The feedback I got after was that they wanted to click because of the "join" and because the text is a different size. Could we just make the text the same as the paragraph above?
Hi, I'm new to the community and was willing to take up this bug. While in office i had a few people look at the website, and yes, they were tempted to click "Want to join in". One good suggestion is that we can make the text similar to the text above, or just make the text clickable and bookmark to the three CTA's below, so that they come in the center of the page.
Gregory - based on these additional comments do you want us to implement the change or keep as-is?
I understand the issue here but I am not convinced any of our proposed solutions would make things better. I am worried about losing visual coherence or multipyling CTAs. I am tempted to leave this unless we find something that solves this (minor) problem without creating another.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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